Doncaster crime round-up - £2,000 watch stolen from car

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The following crimes were reported to Doncaster police on July 15. Anyone with information should call 101.

Lakeside: The owner of a BMW returned to the car after shopping at Lakeside Village on Sunday afternoon and discovered a gents watch worth £2,000 had been stolen from the insecure vehicle in a period of 90 minutes.

Wheatley: A burglar entered a house in Norborough Road on Monday night through an insecure door and stole a camera, computer and cash.

Thorne: An insecure ground floor window at a house on Union Road enabled a burglar to reach in and steal a bunch of keys from a kitchen worktop.

Thorne: Intruders kicked in a door panel to gain access to a house on Highfield Crescent in the early hours of today and stole a handbag containing a purse and cash.

Conisbrough: Burglars tried to force the patio doors of a house in Locksley Avenue on Monday night but failed to get inside.

Bentley: The lock of a shed on allotments at Cawdor Street, Bentley, was forced on Monday night and a quantity of eggs and tools stolen.

Rossington: A shed behind a house in Radburn Road was broken into in the early hours of Tuesday and a mountain bike stolen.

Intake: A lawnmower was stolen form a shed in Arklow Road between Sunday and Tuesday.

Doncaster Carr: The owner of a van parked in Sidings Court left it unlocked yesterday morning and a hedge cutter and trimmer were taken by a thief.

Thorne: The owner of a trailer parked outside a house in Selby Road saw it being towed away by an unknown vehicle at 7.50pm yesterday.

Scawthorpe: Two sheds were destroyed in an arson attack at allotments off Pipering Lane at 11.30pm yesterday.